How To Maintain #BodyAndMindSTL In 2015

By Tessa Shull
In Culture

We teamed up with five St. Louis fitness bloggers to launch #BodyAndMindSTL, sharing unique ways to maintain 2015 resolutions. Wellness isn’t all about working out—it’s a way of life. #BodyAndMindSTL touches on several ways to incorporate keeping your body, mind and soul well all year long. Read on for a few tips on maintaining your New Year’s resolutions in STL.

Intense Dragonfly Fitness & Training session. Photo courtesy of Dragonfly Fitness & Training.

Intense Dragonfly Fitness & Training session. Photo courtesy of Dragonfly Fitness & Training.

Dragonfly Fitness & Training offers a variety of options for group clients including Strength & Conditioning, Lift, TRX Conditioning, Boxing Conditioning, Beginner Yoga, and the new and popular Surfset.” – Nifty Mom

 

Burn 1000

“Love the skin you’re in.” Photo courtesy of Burn 1000.

“Utilizing specialized treadmills inclined up to 30 degrees and short bursts of high-intensity floor work, Burn 1000 aims to help its students burn, literally, up to 1,000 calories in a single class.” – Track & Feel  

 

 Images courtesy of Dimvaloo and American Image Salon and Spa.


Images courtesy of Dimvaloo and American Image Salon and Spa.

Dimvaloo is your go-to for the latest in super cute and super versatile fitness fashion … Once you’ve picked out some adorable new clothes head over to American Image Spa & Salon and let them give you a new look!” – Mom’s Little Running Buddies

 

Fit Snack and Taste Guru

Fit Snack and Taste Guru’s monthly box of goodies. Photo courtesy of Fit Snack and Taste Guru.

“I’m a sucker for monthly subscriptions where good-for-you stuff is sent to your door without having to leave the house.  Fit Snack & Taste Guru are just that – monthly subscription boxes that you get for $20.” – The Concrete Runner

 

Three-legged downward-facing dog. Photo courtesy of Urban Breath Yoga.

Three-legged downward-facing dog. Photo courtesy of Urban Breath Yoga.

“This location [Urban Breath Yoga: Maplewood] hosts about 40 drop-in classes a week for beginner through experienced yoga practitioners, monthly free beginner yoga workshops (called Yoga 101), occasional specialty yoga workshops, a full menu of prenatal classes and workshops, and a highly regarded yoga teacher training program.” – We Got Real

 

For more wellness content, check out the #BodyAndMindSTL hashtag throughout social media.

Recent Posts